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Vinyl Sheet Flooring

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A durable, cost-effective and versatile solution, vinyl flooring is popular for its practical and aesthetic appeal. Withstanding the wear and tear of daily life, vinyl is water-resistant and easy-to-clean, making it an ideal choice for kitchens and bathrooms. With thicknesses of up to 1.5mm, our selection features a range of shades and styles - from vinyl plank flooring to cooler stone effects and monochrome patterns. We also stock luxury vinyl flooring - with integrated underlay options.


Hardwearing, easy to install and a breeze to clean, it's not hard to see why vinyl flooring is such a popular option. With a variety of attractive styles to explore, find your perfect fit today.

Types of vinyl flooring

Water-resistant and easy to clean, luxury vinyl flooring can be used in any room - including bathrooms and kitchens. Vinyl plank flooring can be used to recreate the visual appeal of a wooden floor without the hassle of installation and worries about spills and stains - making it a great option for living rooms, hallways and kitchens. Our range also includes slate, stone and ceramic tiling effect designs, so there's something to suit every interior style!

How to lay vinyl flooring

Vinyl plank flooring is one of the simplest flooring options to fit. To start with, ensure that your floor space is clean, dust-free and even. Before you stick any tiles down, set out your laying pattern - it's often easiest to start from the midpoint. Once you're happy with the pattern, you can start to stick your tiles by peeling off the protective film at the back. Gently press the tiles onto your surface, taking care to check that there's no dirt or dust underneath. If you need to fill any gaps, tiles can be carefully cut to shape with a craft knife. For more detail, read our guide on how to install vinyl floor tiles.

How to clean vinyl flooring

When cleaning luxury vinyl flooring, start by sweeping or hoovering to remove any loose dust and dirt. Then, fill a bucket with warm water and a little washing up liquid - you will use this to remove any surface marks and greasy spills. Using a damp cloth or mop, work your way methodically across the floor area, taking care to wring out your cloth or mop for more effective cleaning. Once dry, your floor should look as good as new.